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Hot Springs

Josue de Leon Video

Wheels of Confusion episode 4-20

Eclat in Cyprus

March Madness 2015

Anthony Derosa 2015 Video

Hucker & Fox #TipToTail Update

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Sewer Side BMX – DVD Promo

Polly video

James Dick – Curb Crew Edit

James Curry DUB Edit

Wallpaper: Cement Face X Defgrip

Jack Kelly bike check

One Hit Wednesday #2 – Chris Doyle

Jim Borio Merritt Video

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Jack Kelly Bike Check

Kerk Krew Mixtape 2

Bell Jam at Joyride150

Mitchell Halse Video

Scene 7 Video

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Odyssey 2014 Videos

Posted by: Odyssey 2014 Videos Odyssey
December 26th, 2014

The year’s almost over and what better way to end it than with a 27 minute recap of all the good times and riding we had. Hit play above to watch it all in one swoop or view more to check them out one by one.

Odyssey 2014 Gallery

Posted by: Odyssey 2014 Gallery Odyssey
December 24th, 2014

2014 was awesome, and before we move on to 2015 here’s a quick look back at some of our favorite images from this year.

Photos by Walter Pieringer.

Jacob Cable – Vans HB Session

Posted by: Jacob Cable – Vans HB Session Odyssey
December 23rd, 2014

Here’s Jacob unleashing a fury of tech at the local Vans park in Huntington Beach. Hit play and then prepare to hit rewind because you’ll definitely want to watch some of these moves twice.

Tom Dugan – Print Ad / Wallpaper

Posted by: Tom Dugan – Print Ad / Wallpaper Odyssey
December 23rd, 2014

Here’s Tom blasting the long jump all the way past the sand pit. You can peep the ad in the latest issue of Ride UK and if you want to see it in motion, make sure to watch our ODSY Vision: Vancouver video.


Tom Dugan Fang Sprocket

This is Tom Dugan’s all new signature sprocket. In addition to its classic look, the FANG increases in thickness towards the center of the sprocket for increased strength.

  • 7075 Aluminum
  • Sweet machining
  • 25, 28 or 30T
  • Black or Silver

Tom Dugan TDFL Stem

Tom prefers front load stems to perform his height defying BMX wizardry and was a fan of our CFL stem (which we discontinued). We sat down with Tom, looked at the CFL and updated that design to create a new product that meets his needs.

The TDFL is made from 6061 Aluminum and is being offered in 45mm and 53mm lengths. The shorter length to cater to today’s needs. Odyssey pre-load bolts sit flush with stem when mounted properly.

  • Six bolt clamping configuration
  • Headset pre-load bolt recess (32mm diameter)
  • 6061-T6 aluminum, CNC machined
  • 45mm or 53mm reach
  • 7.5mm rise or 24mm when flipped
  • 10.1 oz (287g) – 45mm
  • 11 oz (312g) – 53mm
  • Click HERE to download the full tech sheet.

Tom Dugan Tripod Seat

Here’s our Tom Dugan signature Tripod seat. We worked with Tom to produce a simple slim seat design to his exact specifications. The debossed pattern on this seat even references the actual seat on his Honda motorcycle, which is a nice touch.

Tom Dugan Grips

Tom Dugan’s signature grip features a timeless coil pattern, along with a feather design across the heavy wear areas. By using two molds you’ll notice feather angle symmetry once they’re installed. Par Ends included.

Broc Raiford – Bike Check

Posted by: Broc Raiford – Bike Check Odyssey
December 19th, 2014

Broc Railford Bike Check

Ride BMX has a bike check with the one and only Broc Raiford. Follow THIS link to check out what he’s running and to get a close look at his new signature RAFT stem, which will be out early next year.

Full Factory Toys for Tots Jam

Posted by: Full Factory Toys for Tots Jam Odyssey
December 16th, 2014

Full Factory‘s annual Toys for Tots Jam happened last weekend and Ride BMX was on hand to capture everything that went down. Thanks to everyone who came out and donated!

Stampy Fork Test

Posted by: Stampy Fork Test Odyssey
December 9th, 2014

As part of our mission to make the best BMX forks possible, we continue to refine the 41-Thermal® process at all stages of manufacturing. Each step in the process is held under strict scrutiny, and we continue to examine the strength and fatigue testing methods used to evaluate our designs.

In the previous round of Stampy fork tests we blew the industry standard EN tests for bicycle forks out of the water, and yet we still couldn’t break our own fork. In fact, we had to give up after running the fork for 2,000,000 cycles and with the machine operating at its ultimate limit.

Stampy Fork Test Results

So, in order to push the tests and our forks even harder we created an updated rig design that would let us supply much more force than the last time around. With this test we doubled up the cylinders that are applying the load and ramped the force up by 25%, going from 4000 Newtons to 5000 Newtons. That’s just over half a ton! (1124 lbf per cycle). Even so, at half a million cycles we started to wonder how long our forks were going to last, and since our competitor’s forks had already been taken to failure, we decided to ramp up the load on our forks to 6000 Newtons (1349 lbf), 50% higher than the previous tests, and after over 650,000 cycles, we were finally able to break them.

It is important to note that the 41-Thermal forks not only outperformed every other model that we tested by a huge margin, but that they did so while being lighter than most of the other forks too. This is direct evidence that proper design, engineering and manufacturing are much more important factors than simply always making the part heavier in hopes of making it stronger.

When you see how hard we push to make the best forks; to make them better and better every chance we get, it is easy to understand why our legendary lifetime warranty against bending and breaking is still around 15 years after we first introduced it. And when you see the contrast between our forks and our competitors you can also quickly see why most of their warranties have long since been quietly canceled or modified with complicated terms and conditions that usually limit the warranty to manufacturing defects alone.

Feel free to contact us at with any questions you may have.

41-Thermal Odyssey R-Series (R32/R25/F25) and Sunday Octave forks are available now:

  • R32 offset (traditional) or R25 offset (steep).
  • Freestyle (F25) version with R25 offset and U-brake bosses.
  • Laboratory tested and team proven.
  • Custom, seamless, tapered, butted and specially formed leg tube shaping for improved grind and guard clearance.
  • Steerer tube design improves fatigue strength and includes a built-in, integrated, lower headset seat race.
  • Optimized, 4mm dropout shape for grind and peg clearance.
  • 7075-T6 pre-load bolt (Learn More).
  • Proven 41-Thermal® processed 4130 chromoly.
  • Legendary lifetime replacement warranty.
  • 3/8” axle slots only.
  • Starting at 1lb 15.2oz (885 grams).
  • Click here to learn more about the Sunday Octave fork.

Tom Dugan – Print Ad / Wallpaper

Posted by: Tom Dugan – Print Ad / Wallpaper Odyssey
December 1st, 2014

Click to download our latest print ad with Tom Dugan dropping in on a wallride from the roof.

Tom Perry – Bike Check

Posted by: Tom Perry – Bike Check Odyssey
December 1st, 2014

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Click on over to The Union for a Q&A and Bike Check for Tom’s latest setup. All that chrome is looking good!

Highway and BOSS bars – Available Now

Posted by: Highway and BOSS bars – Available Now Odyssey
November 26th, 2014


Introducing the Highway and BOSS bar. The Highway bar is the biggest bar we make and the BOSS bar is an update to Aaron Ross’ signature handlebar. Both feature traditional 7/8” crossbar tubing for superior strength and durability on taller bars.

Both are available in Black or Chrome.

Highway Bar

  • 9.5″ rise
  • 29” width
  • 12° backsweep
  • 1° upsweep
  • Multi-Butted
  • 41-Thermal® processed 4130 chromoly

Aaron Ross’ BOSS Bar

  • 9.125″ rise
  • 29” width
  • 12° backsweep
  • 2° upsweep
  • Multi-Butted
  • 41-Thermal® processed 4130 chromoly
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